Helly Hansen Powder Pant - Boys'

Helly Hansen Powder Pant - Boys'
Helly Hansen Powder Pant - Boys'
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Powder Pant - Boys' by Helly Hansen
Ever since you introduced your boy to powder at the end of last season, that's all he's been asking for. So, before he leads the way into bowls of untouched goodness, get him in the Helly Hansen Boys' Powder Pants and watch him take flight. Featuring Helly Tech Performance technology, these pants keep him dry and comfortable as he sends up clouds of cold smoke. Primaloft Black insulation shields him from the cold, so he can ski longer and harder (or at least until his legs decide to give out). Cool looks paired with thoughtful design features make the Powder Pants an all-around winner. Hi-viz details keep him visible on the slopes and add a playful feel. Detachable suspenders with a high back help keep his pants in place while preventing snow from sneaking in and soaking his baselayers. Articulated knees make it easy for him to hike up the hill to grab a couple extra turns, and elastic gaiters keep the pants down around his boots. Scuff guards protect the hems from sharp edges and boot abuse for season after season of reliable use.

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SKU: HYH00FL
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